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Nov 11, 2012 1:30am PST
if proposition 30 failed. students and faculty are all breathing sighs of relief in the aftermath of the election. ">>>proposition 30 garnered 53 percent of the vote, and while supporters celebrated, they also shuttered at what would have been if it were turned down. "if it didn't pass, there would have been a lot of costs that we would have had to bear in the future." (:08) (stat sheet) proposition 30 cancels the planned $250 million cut to the c-s-u system by adding $6 billion dollars annually through taxes. everyone in california will see a quarter of a percent increase in sales tax, and taxpayers making more than $250 thousand dollars will see various income tax inxreases. christy junkerman is a lecturer in the art department and is thankful that the voters put education at such a high priority. "it means a lot, i think to all of us. i think morale is high here today. people i've talked to have a little bit of extra cheerfulness." (:09) bridge: "they may be celebrating now, but there is still work to be done. this tax increase is only temporary, and expires in 2019. what's going to happen the
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